Forum Recommendations: HIV/AIDS

Posted by on 23 November 2009 at 17:55

After reviewing the current state of clinical research on HIV/AIDS, the following recommendations for future research were made by the researchers that participated in the scientific sessions:

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Filed Under: HIV/AIDS, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

Forum Recommendations: Malaria

Posted by on 23 November 2009 at 17:52

After reviewing the current state of clinical research on Malaria, the following recommendations for future research were made by the researchers that participated in the scientific sessions:

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Filed Under: Malaria, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

Forum Recommendations: Tuberculosis

Posted by on 23 November 2009 at 17:51

After reviewing the current state of clinical research on Tuberculosis, the following recommendations for future research were made by the researchers that participated in the scientific sessions:

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Partnerships in health research

Posted by on 5 November 2009 at 09:35

By Ochieng’ Ogodo

Global partnerships and collaborations are crucial to achieving results that impact the medical field. With an increasing number of initiatives and organisations involved in health research & development, forming networks and establishing collaborations is now more important than ever. In the Global Partners session on the final Forum day, various EDCTP partners presented themselves and their collaborations with EDCTP. Read More

Tuberculosis scientific parallel sessions

Posted by on 3 November 2009 at 09:10

By Ochieng’ Ogodo

While tuberculosis (TB) is largely under control in developed countries, it is spreading fast in the developing world. It still haunts the poor in third world and health experts are now describing the advent of deadly drug-resistant strain spreading fast in the developing world as a time bomb.

It is for this reason that health experts at the Fifth European and Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership Forum in Arusha, Tanzania, October 12-14 emphasised quick diagnosis and treatment, development of effective vaccine and addressing the weak treatment systems. Read More

Filed Under: Tuberculosis, Tuesday

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